Well......63% of those readers who voted in the poll on my sidebar would like the dedication to take place.....that may not count for very much as national surveys go but, hey! it's an indicator and that must count for something. Yes? No?
And 58% (it was a multiple choice vote) would like to march on London singing Salve Regina and reciting the Rosary, standing in a group outside the Houses of Parliament (or should that be Archbishop's House?).
And, blow me down, 52% would like the Bishops to issue a joint pastoral letter to be made available over Christmas, telling all of us, including those CECO folk (Christmas and Easter Catholics Only), what a shady bunch of ne'er do wells this Government is and that we should not vote Conservative next time round, or Labour, or Dim Lib.
With such a small margin between each of these results it seems pretty obvious to me that we few, we band of etc., actually would like the Bishops of England and Wales to get up off their Episcopal Thrones and do something!
Yes, I know, several of our good Bishops have made balanced statements that make the point but we need a concerted approach; right now it appears to David Cameron as if only a handful of Britain's many Catholics are opposed to his plans.
And as he appears to have lost all contact with the common man (if he ever had it) he will carry on in blissful ignorance of the enormity of his deeds.
Until the next election, that is.